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Holiday Fun in Las Vegas: Floating Ice Rink at The Village at Lake Las Vegas

Location: 30 Strada Di Villaggio, Monte Lago Village at Lake Las Vegas, Henderson, NV 89011
Date: Now through February 15
Hours: M-F 3-9pm, Sat/Sun/Holidays noon-9pm
Cost: General Admission-$15 adults, $12 for children 12 and under. Call 702.564.1600 for $5 off coupon

If you haven’t been to Lake Las Vegas, you should make it a point to visit.  The floating ice rink at the The Village (which has some great restaurants and shopping) is very cool. . .and they offer ice skating lessons as well!

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8 Responses to “Holiday Fun in Las Vegas: Floating Ice Rink at The Village at Lake Las Vegas”

  1. Malya
    December 3rd, 2009 9:32 am

    What?! How is this possible? Have you seen it? Pictures?

  2. ScottW
    December 3rd, 2009 12:34 pm

    I have, Malya. It’s very pretty. It’s right on the edge of the grassy area, close to Four Seasons (or whatever hotel/casino is there).

  3. Ken
    December 21st, 2009 10:16 am

    We had a very bad experience at the Floating ice skating rink @ the Montelago Village Resort.
    We got there around 8pm, excited to skate. It is hard to find ice in the desert so we were more than happy to drive 35 mins to get there from Summerlin.

    We arrived and paid $15.00 each ( Three of us). We put on our skates and got on the ice. It was absolutely horrible. It felt like skating on rocks. The ice needed to be Zamboni’ed (SP) bad. After 2 times around the ice, we went back to the counter to ask to have them clean the ice. The two that were working there (brother and sister) promptly cleaned their fingers off from eating popcorn and other snacks behind the counter. They said that they were tired of having people complain about the quality of the ice, that they had cleaned it 2x tonight and that they were not going to do it again 1 hour before they closed. I said that since we could not skate on the ice, we would like a refund. They were rude and unhelpful. They referred me to call the owner. ( Turns out to be their dad) He was belittling and childish on the phone, would not refund the money, using terms like ” you dont get to try before you buy” and “Good luck with posting bad reviews, I dont like threats” All we wanted was a refund because we could not use the ice and we did not have a good time. I did not appreicate paying $45.00 for 5 mins of ice skating. DO NOT GO here. Its not worth your drive out there. The rink is NO bigger than 1/4 of a basketball court and they do not even Zamboni it for $15.00 a person.
    0/5 stars.

  4. ScottW
    December 22nd, 2009 1:26 pm

    Thanks for the update, Ken. Certainly not what I had expected!

  5. Todd
    December 30th, 2009 1:43 pm

    Thanks for the heads up . My wife and I were going to take the whole family there but thanks to you we will be spending our money elsewhere.

  6. ScottW
    December 30th, 2009 1:48 pm

    You’re welcome, Todd. Let us know what you end up doing with the family!

  7. Melissa
    February 9th, 2010 3:11 pm

    I’m so glad I never got a chance to make it out there and waste my money. I was actually looking for directions when I found this review; thank you for posting it.

  8. ScottW
    February 9th, 2010 4:19 pm

    You’re welcome Melissa, although I should add that only ONE person has said something negative.

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